Hiwa Osman

Media Advisor, then-Iraqi President Jalal Talabani

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Editor and trainer for the Institute for War and Peace Reporting, based in Baghdad; an Iraqi Kurd, he previously served as media advisor to Iraqi president Jalal Talabani

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Yesterday at the Disabled Veterans of America meeting in Atlanta yesterday, President Obama reminded his audience that, as a candidate, he promised to bring the war in Iraq to what he…

America Leaves Iraq: Is the Mission Accomplished at Last?

Yesterday at the Disabled Veterans of America meeting in Atlanta yesterday, President Obama reminded his audience that, as a candidate, he promised to bring the war in Iraq to what he…

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President Obama did not say "mission accomplished," but  he did say  yesterday that all combat operations in Iraq will end this month, as he promised.

America Leaves Iraq: Is the Mission Accomplished at Last?

President Obama did not say "mission accomplished," but he did say yesterday that all combat operations in Iraq will end this month, as he promised.

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